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  2. Centrepin

    Gun reviews on youtube

    Just a grand over my budget is the only problem
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  4. TheSherriff70

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    Tetra gun to clean off old grease and gsr youngs for the bores(I was bought some so am using it) schmierfix grease for trunnions. ligier spray for barrels. Beretta oil. looking forward to having a good clean of the gun on my next day off.
  5. westley

    Gun reviews on youtube

    Coupled with a new motorised adjustable comb, it could be a world beater ! 😎
  6. westley

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    Only drawback from moly grease is if it gets on clothing, it knackers it. I got fed up trying to shoot in overalls ! 😯
  7. akey_uk

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    I just use Moly grease on the trunnions and choke and Ballistol for everything else that's metal. Slippery Dicks wax for the wood and job done. very occasionally I might use Bisley Bore cleaner followed by Ballistol.
  8. Lloyd Pattison

    Gun reviews on youtube

    Yeah I noticed that too watching the footage back, there is bugger all recoil coming off that gun.
  9. Jonny English

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    Just purely as a barrel cleaner as its reasonably aggressive and doesn't have any lubricating qualities, but I have been told by many shops it's the best bore cleaner about at the minute. Spray some in the barrels, 1 run through with a bronze to distribute, leave to soak 5 to 10 mins then re-bronze aggressively and then mop out with kitchen roll or barrel patches etc. Once I've finished cleaning I spray a mop with liege oil and run through the barrels once to give a slight film of oil to stay in the barrels while in the cabinet.
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  11. GeordieTrapper

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    How do you use the Philips bore cleaner, as a barrel cleaner and lubricant?
  12. Jonny English

    2020 World ESP and STR champs postponed

    The clayshooting classic at Orston has been delayed 12 months today as well
  13. Jonny English

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    Philip's bore cleaner for in the barrels, liege for the action and outside of the gun, Napier grease on multichokes and forend knuckle, tetra grease on trunnions ejectors and latches.
  14. westley

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    Try the Lucas range of lubricants off fleabay. The red Lucas gun oil lasts me around 5 years and their 'red tacky' grease has done around 10 years and will probably see me out. I got the grease gun tube size of the grease and I just put a small amount in a container kept with my gun cleaning kit. I use the oil on the ejectors and chokes and the grease on the hinge pin and knuckle. The oil is a 'sticky' type designed for use on machine guns, so works at high temps. and the grease is a marine product which seems to stay where it is put too. I use car engine oil on an impregnated cloth to wipe down the outside metalwork, I do not put oil down the barrels. My guns are cleaned once a week.
  15. Westward

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    Any old grease is fine to protect the trunnions and forend knuckle but for convenience it's good to have it in a tube with a pointy nozzle. I use Schmierfix from Alan Rhone and a tube lasts me about 5 years. I use 3 in 1 oil for the ejectors but, as with any lube, only a drop or 2 is enough. On the very rare occasions I take the stock off and clean the action inners I also use 3 in 1 and apply it by the droplet to the pivot points using a cocktail stick. Too much lube anywhere on a shotgun is a bad thing.
  16. Doctor Lecter

    Gun reviews on youtube

    I like the look of that , your not moving at all with recoil on firing , great vids cheers !
  17. GeordieTrapper

    Best Gun Grease & Oil

    What are members opinions on the best grease and oil for shotguns after cleaning?
  18. The CPSA announced that the World Championships have been postponed until 5-11 July 2021. https://www.cpsa.co.uk/news/coronavirus-covid-19/2020/03/31/cpsa-world-english-sporting-and-sportrap-championships-postponed-to-2021/5398
  19. Lloyd Pattison

    Gun reviews on youtube

  20. Luke_(NL)

    Biodegradable Clays

    When such a clay is labelled as "bio-degradable" , how long would its decomposition in the field usually take (once shot, of course)? Couldn't find an answer on Corsivia's site, hence my question here.
  21. paul b

    Biodegradable Clays

    Yes contact www.thegun-room.co.uk they stock corsivia green dream ,wich are a great clay.
  22. GeordieTrapper

    Biodegradable Clays

    Does anyone know suppliers of biodegradable clay targets, we have access to a farmers field with this type of clay?
  23. westley

    Browning Ejector screw jammed

    I would try the releasing fluids BEFORE applying any heat. Spray the screw area and leave the barrels laying on their side on newspaper overnight. Lock the remainder of the gun away. Before trying to turn the screw, tap the screwdriver handle smartly with a small hammer. Keeping directly over the screwdriver try turning it. I use screwdrivers that have a flat area just below the handle. Keeping a downward pressure, I then turn the screwdriver with an adjustable spanner on the flat section. If you use a second person to do that, it is easier. If you are not really happy to do that, take it to a gunsmith.
  24. Wonko the Sane

    410 cartridge reloading

    Altho I never did .410's over the last 30+yrs I've reloaded tens of thousands of 12ga. IMO the best of the machines to get for the average person is the MEC regardless of gauge. There are a number of models but the basic operation is all the same. The one I used was a Grabber and it was just fine. That would be a primo machine for the casual shooter IMO tho lower line MECs would perform just as well at a reduced production rate. The only problem with .410 that I know of from conversations is that the small dia of the shot drop tube can sometimes suffer from shot bridging and plug up.
  25. Madmillie

    Browning Ejector screw jammed

    A bit of localised heat with a blow torch might work?? MM
  26. schmokinn

    Browning Ejector screw jammed

    £9.50 plus postage ...robbing bastards!
  27. Jonny English

    Browning Ejector screw jammed

    http://www.airgunspares.com/store/product/18337/Browning-Ejector-Ret.-Screw/ Just in case you need one, I ordered a browning foresight bead from them.
  28. Mike

    Browning Ejector screw jammed

    Plus gas in one of the best release fluids. Have you tried putting a lot of weight on the screw driver and using something to get more leverage?
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